Last Humans is coming back and will be playing at Mesa Park the Friday night of Peach Fest!!! Join us for a Summer concert in the vines!!! $10 cover, includes a glass of wine! 21+ only.
Last Humans Hit Colorado Wine Country for The Palisade Peach Festival
Last Humans merge a vast range of both musical and geographic influences. From dive bars in Cleveland to warehouse shows in West Texas and classical performance halls in Australia, the band members have earned their stripes as musicians. With a wide variety of influences from bands like Murder by Death, Alabama Shakes, The Black Keys, The Band, and Pink Floyd, they have created a sound that's all their own.
Frontman Rob Geer gained attention as a solo act in Cleveland, Ohio before moving to Colorado, and he has joined up with keyboardist and singer Arianne Rabbitt, lead guitarist Josh Miles, bassist Matthew Vermillion, and drummer Caleb Reyes, who have all performed in various bands in the Denver music scene over the past several years.
Denver roots rock band Last Humans will be playing at Mesa Park Vineyards on Friday, August 16th 2019. They’ll be joined by Americana singer/songwriter Brianna Straut. The show starts at 7pm, doors open at 6:00pm, come early and grab a drink! Tickets are $10 and
include your first glass of wine. Please bring your own lawn chair and consider carpooling, Uber/Lyft. Parking is limited.
Last Humans are no strangers to Colorado Wine Country. A year ago, they drove over the Rockies to the Western Slope to play their first show at Mesa Park Vineyards. They loved the people, the wine and the landscape so much that they’re coming back for more.
If you happened to catch them last year, you know that they play soulful, dance-along-to roots rock. So you might wonder, “Why would a band that plays that kind of music have a name like Last Humans?”
Well, with all the turmoil in politics and culture these days, it's easy to wonder when the wheels might just come off...and if maybe we're the last humans that will see it all go down. But, amidst all that upheaval, they want to be some of the Last Humans making
the kind of music that lifts our collective spirit and gives us something to dance along to, no matter what happens in the end.
Last Humans brings a different kind of sound to the Colorado music scene. They merge a vast range of both musical and geographic influences. From dive bars in Cleveland to warehouse shows in West Texas and classical performance halls of Australia, the band members
have earned their stripes as musicians.
Frontman Rob Geer made a name for himself as a solo act in Cleveland, Ohio before moving to Colorado, and he has joined up with keyboardist and singer Arianne Rabbitt, lead guitarist Josh Miles, bassist Matthew Vermillion and drummer Caleb Reyes, who have all performed in various successful bands in the Denver music scene.
And then there's the sound. It's hard to put your finger on, with a range of influences including indie vibes like Murder by Death, Alabama Shakes and The Black Keys and classics like The Band, Elton John and Pink Floyd. Call it roots rock, call it soul rock,
call it whatever you like - their songs make you want to nod your head and sing along, even though you don't know the words yet.
Brianna Straut is an Americana singer/songwriter from Denver, Colorado by way of Texas. The storytelling in her songs covers topics from her time in Texas to losing friends too soon and the good times in Colorado. Critics have swooned saying things like, "If you have
even one romantic nerve in your body, you will fall head over heels." Her songs dig deep into those Texas roots and her gypsy soul. Brianna was recently named Winner of the Americana/Roots category for the 2019 Westword Music Awards.